Dates: May 17 - 19, 2023
Location: South Palm Beach, Florida
The Steering Committee welcomes 48 highly qualified trial lawyers and senior in-house counsel, personally selected from across the United States, to discuss representing corporations and individuals in white-collar crime-related matters.
Using candid, seminar-style discussions at this annual meeting, the group examines the most pressing issues faced in white-collar crime and enforcement, including internal investigations, trial tactics and war stories. Participants learn how others address these problems and identify practical solutions that can work for them.
This elite group, comprised of experts in the field, personally nominates all invitees and develops the Agenda, which forms the basis of our discussions.
Kristina is a graduate of the University of Toronto and is accredited as a Certified Meeting Professional (CMP), a globally recognized badge of excellence in the meeting and event industry. Prior to joining Cambridge Forums, Kristina worked for the Toronto International Film Festival where she successfully planned and hosted events for high-level donors, corporate clients and film stars. Outside the office, Kristina is passionate about learning new things, being outdoors, trying new cuisines and exploring the world one country at a time.
Caity is an MBA graduate from the Schulich School of Business in Toronto. Prior to joining Cambridge Forums, she worked for the Government of Canada in various communications, website and research analyst positions. She has a passion for continuous learning, strategy development and relationship building. In her spare time, Caity enjoys hiking, being in nature and spending time with her Australian Shepherd pup.
Built on genuine interactions and long-lasting connections, the Forum is a unique opportunity for practical discussions between senior outside and in-house counsel considered the preeminent leaders in white-collar crime and enforcement.
“The Forum offers a unique and invaluable opportunity to discuss important developments in the law surrounding corporate enforcement, white collar issues, and regulatory proceedings with experienced senior lawyers in a collegial environment under agreed-upon rules of confidentiality. I look forward to renewing friendships at the Forum every year and continuing many of them while working on cases together in the interim months.”Doug R. Young Farella Braun + Martel LLP San Francisco, CA
"This is easily the most substantive conference for white collar lawyers. The most troubling and in-depth cutting-edge issues are discussed by a roundtable of recognized practitioners from around the country. War stories are kept to a minimum; questions are debated; tips and insights are shared."Tai H. Park Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP New York, NY
"These trial lawyers come from all parts of the country. They are all at the top of their profession on the cutting edge of developments and overflowing with experience and insight. They trust each other, help each other, inform each other and share their secrets. It is a professional as well as a personal privilege to be included in this group."Greg Craig Former White House Counsel Washington, D.C.
"The learning experience is invaluable. So much more than a CLE. It is totally interactive and conversational at a high level, but, most important is the camaraderie and new friends I've made."Eddie Castaing Crull, Castaing & Lilly New Orleans, LA
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